What is a Smart Street? How can it benefit residents, businesses and transport users?view overview
Everything a practitioner needs to know about using this manual throughout their decision making.view our approach
The lifecycle of a solution from initial vision and definition, through the procurement process to operation, evaluation and decommisioning.view delivery lifecycle
Eleven use cases covering a range of smart street technologies are described.View use cases
Case studies of real world applications of the technologies.view case studies
A brief introduction to the use of standards and how they fit into the specification, procurement, and deployment of smart streetsView Standards
An overview of: why it is important to think of smart streets as a joined up interaction of components, services, and resources; and our approach to addressing this concept.View systems thinking
In the MfSS we’ve provided a set of use-cases, each providing a body-of-knowledge covering a particular application area. This is explained further in Our Approach.
The lists below show the relationship between the use cases and the objectives and impacts they help to achieve. This shows what use cases support your priorities, and provides a viewpoint on the relationships between the use cases.
The mapping is based on the achievements that the use case supports. Direct achievements are those that are addressed directly by the objectives and processes outlined in a use case, and are therefore supported strongly. Indirect achievements are those that are created consequentially to the primary focus of the use case and therefore may not be supported as strongly.